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Industrial Electrician/Field Technician – Click to apply

Location: Baltimore/Indianapolis/Philadelphia/Washington D.C.

The Electrical Field Technician duties will include: traveling weekly to client sites across North America to gather electrical distribution system information, such as wire size, length, circuit breaker settings, fuse information, transformer data, etc; surveying facilities for exposures to live conductors; supporting engineers in power studies of client sites; creating field sketches of systems; presenting finished report to client, and affixing safety labels to electrical equipment.

The ideal candidate will project a professional appearance and have an extensive electrical background as an industrial electrician or engineer working with building electrical distribution systems.

Prospective candidates must pass skills testing to be considered for the position.  Employment contingent upon passing a physical and criminal background and MVR check. Must be able to pass employment drug screening.

Potential candidates will have the following skills:

  • at least five years of electrical experience in an industrial setting.
  • must be safety oriented as well as able and willing to wear up to Category  4 PPE while on the job.
  • must be able to work in heights up to 30 feet.
  • must have a willingness to travel on a weekly basis.
  • must be able to follow detailed and defined guidelines.

Candidates will also excel at both oral and written communication, able to provide outstanding customer service and work as a team.  Must have current basic computer skills and ability to work with mobile devices, such as tablets, as part of the position.

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Safety, Health and Combustible Dust Consultant – Click to Apply

Preferred Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Position Overview – Engineer or safety and health representative with at least 5 years of experience in identifying various potential safety and health hazards (emphasis on combustible dust hazards) in facilities. The position will spend time identifying, assessing and mitigating safety, health and combustible dust hazards located throughout various industries throughout the United States.

Prospective candidates must possess the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in process safety, safety engineering, safety, industrial hygiene, engineering, or related field.
  • 5 years minimum experience in an industrial, manufacturing, safety and health consulting, or chemical process environment.
  • Working knowledge of dust handling or generating process equipment (dust collectors, dryers, etc.) and combustible dust hazards/standards (e.g., NFPA 654, NFPA 484, etc.).Previous experience in performing risk assessments, and/or applying risk mitigation techniques is a plus.
  • Direct Process Safety Management (PSM/RMP) experience or exposure to managing/involvement in a PSM program at a manufacturing or chemical facility is a plus.
  • Previous experience with multi-site responsibilities in a safety and health, PSM or consulting role a plus.
  • Up to 50% travel

The ideal person will possess:

  • CSP, CIH, PE or demonstrated progress towards achieving certification.
  • Demonstrated experience in identifying, assessing and/or mitigating complex safety, health and combustible dust hazards in an industrial setting
  • Position will preferably be based near Indianapolis, IN

Responsibilities and Expectations includes, but is not limited to:

  • Effectively communicate hazards, mitigation strategies, and initiatives to owners/operators and employees at various facilities.
  • Serve as the knowledge resource to facilities on combustible dust, safety and health standards (OSHA, NFPA, FM Global, etc.).
  • Coordinate engineering resources needed to support mitigation recommendations and lead Dust Hazard Analyses (DHAs).
  • Review and develop administrative controls including, but not limited to, housekeeping protocols, Management of Change (MOC), maintenance procedures, and safety and health programs.
  • Develop and provide safety, health and combustible dust training programs for facilities.
  • Conduct safety related incident investigations and root cause analysis (especially related to combustible dust fires and explosions).
  • Develop technical reports that effectively describe all safety, health and combustible dust hazards discovered during onsite assessments and DHAs.

Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

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Fire Protection Engineer/Consultant – Click to Apply

Preferred Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Position Overview – The Fire Protection Engineer/Consultant is responsible for identifying various potential safety and health hazards (emphasis on combustible dust hazards) in facilities. The position will spend time identifying, assessing and mitigating safety, health and combustible dust hazards located throughout various industries throughout the United States. This engineer/consultant works with the Vice President of Safety and Health Services to ensure all project and process compliance requirements are met. They will perform project work within a variety of occupancies and prepare deliverables to meet Lewellyn and regulatory requirements.

Responsibilities & Expectations:

  • Effectively communicate hazards, mitigation strategies, and initiatives to owners/operators and employees at various facilities.
  • Serve as the knowledge resource to facilities for OSHA and consensus standards (NFPA, FM Global, etc.), especially combustible dust standards.
  • Coordinate engineering resources needed to support mitigation recommendations and lead Dust Hazard Analyses (DHAs).
  • Review and develop administrative controls including, but not limited to, housekeeping protocols, Management of Change (MOC), maintenance procedures, and safety and health programs.
  • Conduct safety related incident investigations and root cause analysis (especially related to combustible dust fires and explosions).
  • Develop technical reports that effectively describe all safety, health and combustible dust hazards discovered during onsite assessments and DHAs.
  • Attend meetings with jurisdictional authorities.
  • Perform hydraulic analysis of existing systems and conditions.
  • Perform fire and smoke modeling.
  • Perform explosion modeling for various combustible dusts and combustible particulate solids.
  • Establish required design criteria for specific fire and explosion protection/prevention systems (especially deflagration venting, explosion suppression systems, etc).
  • Determine design criteria and protection parameters required.
  • Ensure all project updates occur timely, resolve any late update or approval of tasks.
  • Perform plan reviews of submitted suppression and/or alarm documents.
  • Serve as the Engineer of Record on projects assigned, working with individually or with design, and consulting teams to meet the project requirements.
  • Sign and seal engineering documents as required on projects where acting as the Engineer of Record (when required).

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field (preferably in fire protection engineering or mechanical engineering), Masters degree a plus.
  • 5 years minimum experience in designing fire or explosion protection systems or industrial process equipment, Experience in industrial, manufacturing, safety and health consulting, or chemical process environment will also be considered.
  • Working knowledge of dust process equipment (dust collectors, dryers, etc.) and combustible dust hazards/standards (e.g., NFPA 654, NFPA 484, etc.), risk assessments, and risk mitigation techniques is a plus.
  • Direct Process Safety Management (PSM/RMP) experience or exposure to managing/involvement in a PSM program at a manufacturing or chemical facility is a plus.
  • Previous experience with multi-site responsibilities in a safety and health, PSM or consulting role a plus.
  • Up to 40 to 50% travel.

Preferred:

  • Professional Engineer (PE) or demonstrated progress towards achieving license possibly in multiple jurisdictions.
  • Demonstrated experience in designing fire and explosion protection/prevention systems.
  • Demonstrated experience in identifying, assessing and/or mitigating complex safety, health and combustible dust hazards in an industrial setting.
  • Although not a requirement, position will preferably be based near Indianapolis, IN.

Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

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Industrial Sales Account Manager/Combustible Dust – Click to Apply

Preferred Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Position Overview – The Industrial Sales Account Manager for Combustible Dust is responsible for field inbound leads and requests as well as educating prospective and lapsed customers primarily on combustible dust, and secondarily on electrical safety product offerings and services to improve their safety and performance. This is a full-time job that requires 2+ years of experience and a High School Diploma.

Responsibilities & Expectations:

  • Field inbound leads and requests, via telephone and email. Will describe products and/or services in order to persuade potential and current customers to purchase new products and/or services.
  • Educates prospective and lapsed customers primarily on combustible dust, and secondarily on electrical safety product offerings and services to improve their safety and performance. Explains pricing and answers questions from customers, building value in the customer relationship.
  • Generate outbound calls to targeted prospects.
  • Communicate with customers, both before and after the scheduled service(s).
  • Processes all on-line requests.
  • Identifies customer issues and provides appropriate solutions via up sell of additional products and or services. Obtains customer commitment and facilitates delivery of product.
  • Discovers repeat opportunities.
  • Maintains accurate daily client and activity information in CRM.
  • Generate client proposals and respond to RFP/RFQs.
  • Coordinate internally with Project Manager, Accounting and Scheduling
  • Consistently meets departmental sales goals.
  • Continued product education to better service customer calls.

Skills/Requirements:

  • Reliable
  • Respectful
  • Enthusiastic team player
  • One or more years experience in sales in a high volume fast, paced environment
  • Strong customer service and telesales skills
  • Experienced with Web Based Applications and Windows
  • Good organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high-volume, fast paced environment
  • Ability to manage sensitive and critical client information
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Problem solving and decision making skills
  • Superior closing skills

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